Download PDF by Guy de Maupassant: Nuestro corazón

By Guy de Maupassant

Michèle de Burne, viuda de un “varón brutal”, ha tomado l. a. “decisión de no volver a comprometer nunca su libertad”. Ahora es “una de esas elegidas que Paris adula” y en su salón artistas y hombres de mundo se rinden ante ella.

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I said, raising my hand as though to give him a cuff, with the result that the half-sovereign slipped out of it and fell into the gulf below. ’ 45 “I made no answer to these words of wisdom, but scrambled down the steep sides of the claim, followed by Harry, to hunt for my little all. Well, we hunted and we hunted, but the moonlight is an uncertain thing to look for half-sovereigns by, and there was some loose soil about, for the Kaffirs had knocked off working at this very spot a couple of hours before.

Mashune,’ I said at last, ‘where is Hans? ’ I answered. ’ “But though we talked thus, we neither of us liked to hint at what was in both our minds, namely, that misfortunate had overtaken the poor Hottentot. “ ‘Mashune,’ I said at last, ‘go down to the water and bring me of those green herbs that grow there. ’ “ ‘Nay, my father; surely the ghosts are there; they come out of the water at night, and sit upon the banks to dry themselves. ’ “Mashune was, I think, one of the bravest men I ever knew in the daytime, but he had a more than civilized dread of the supernatural.

I had lit nearly upon the back of the lioness, that had been sleeping on the slab where we always stood to dry ourselves after bathing. With a snarl and a growl, before I could do anything, before I could even cock my rifle, she had bounded right across the crystal pool, and vanished over the opposite bank. It was all done in an instant, as quick as thought. “She had been sleeping on the slab, and oh, horror! What was that sleeping beside her? It was the red remains of poor Jim-Jim, lying on a patch of blood-stained rock.

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